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PRACTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

ORGANIC LIQUIDS, INSOLUBLE IN WATER (tontinuctt).


	Boiling-point.
	Sp. gr              /.

Esff r.v (continued) — Methyl  propionate   ...
	79
	

butyrate   ............
	i i 7
	0*896             -o 0*870              "n

succinate      ...      .   .          .   .
	ip/l
	i Tar,               M

tart rate
	-So
	i '340               —

ben/oate      ...
	199
	i *o86              20


	''•'4
	1*18-7

Kthyl formate
	
	

acetate (p   81)  ..........
	77
	O 'gOO                         VI !

acetoacetate (p. 83) .........
	181
	

propionate  .   .....      .      ...
	99
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butyrate
	
	0*896

/-valerate    .....
	1 TT
	n*88q               ••()


	186
	0*866               -jo

malonate (p. on) .
	198
	1*080                 "o


	
	I "076

tartrate (p. 115)    .......... benxoate (p   °oo)  .  .
	clecomp. °T3
	1*072                 —
 T '047        '             "O


	
	

wPropyl formate   .....
	Si
	o'qiS      ;         —


	7 r
	0*882

it-             acetate    ...
	
	0*885      :         -'0


	,,0
	0*901

utyrate .
	
	O'gn-,                      __

benzoate        ...
	n->\
	


	O7
	• 'oi'o     '


	g
	0*500              —

H-           acetate .........      .
	I o -
	

/-     ,      propionate   ............
	
	.go           !           __

,      butyrate   .      ...      ,      ...
	1 57
	o'&Sj


	160
	

/- A.n yl formate  ....
	
	0*880              °o

,     acetate      ......   ....
	1 39
	

propionate               .
	1 60
	0*887      '

butyrate    ......
	178
	

/-valerate  ............
	IQO
	0*870                  —

benzoate    ...
	
	

salicylate   .........
	O
	4

Glyceryl triacetate           .   .      .
	0=3
	


	
	


	JQ-
	^.yl^

Benzyl acetate       ...       .   .       .          .
	y-2
	.  ?"'

,,      benzoate (in. p. 20°)  .........
	323
	1*114       !          —

Solids.—It may be a hydrocarbon (e.g., paraffin wax,
naphthalene) higher alcohol (e.g.) cetyl alcohol); aldehyde (e.g.,
^-hydroxybenzaldehyde) ketone and quinone (e.g., benzo-
phenone, camphor) add (higher fatty, e.g., palmitic acid or
aromatic acid) ester (of glycerol, phenols or aromatic alcohols)
phenol (<?.£"., thymol),
The process of investigation is similar to that described in the
preceding section.                                                                  r